Let the trains roll
Rappahannock Railroader volunteers Don Burnett (left) and Fred Jones stand with Children’s Garden head volunteer Becky Ferrell as they begin work on the trestles for the elevated model train system being installed at the Deltaville Maritime Museum.
Jackson Creek Cruise tickets are available
Don’t miss out on the event those in Deltaville wait for all year—the Jackson Creek Christmas Cruise. Thanks to the generosity of Walt Hurley and Tim Haley two deadrise boats will be available for the cruises, the "Bethpager" and "Robin J."
Outboard motor needed
As the new deadrise being built at the Deltaville Maritime Museum by Boat Shop director John England gets her finishing touches, her stern is looking awfully lonely.
‘Beauty and the Beast’ to open Friday night
Twenty-five Northern Neck home school students are rehearsing for “Beauty and the Beast.” The show will open at 7 p.m. Friday, November 18, and continue at 7 p.m. on Saturday, November 19, and 2 p.m. Sunday, November 20, at the Lancaster Playhouse.
Museum’s ‘F.D. Crockett’ to travel to Tides Inn for ‘Taste by the Bay’
Continuing her role as the “traveling ambassador” for the Deltaville Maritime Museum and Middlesex County, the Nationally Historic Registered buyboat "F.D. Crockett" voyages to “outreach” the maritime mission of the museum at the 4th year of “Taste by the Bay: Wine, Food, Arts and Ale” event at the Tides Inn.
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